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Epidermoid carcinoma in nonhealing scar tissue, known as Marjolin's ulcer, is not uncommon and is thought to behave in a more aggressive fashion than those from other causes. Between 1982 and 1997, 56 patients with Marjolin's ulcer were treated at our center, Ege University Medical School, Izmir, Turkey. All lesions were secondary to various kinds of burns.(More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this retrospective study was to evaluate the functional and cosmetic results of the treatment of gunshot wounds associated with attempted suicide that resulted in facial injury. PATIENTS AND METHODS The records of 12 patients with facial injury resulting from gunshot wounds with a suicidal origin, who were hospitalized and treated(More)
Craniosynostoses have been known for at least 20 centuries, but their etiopathogeneses are still unclear. There are three main theories to explain the etiology of craniosynostosis, Moss's theory being the most popular. According to Moss, the development of the neurocranial form is viewed as an integration of the growth of the skull base, the calvarial(More)
Four cases of facial cleft that fit the anatomic description of the rare Tessier no. 2 cleft, with two patients having the no. 12 cleft extending to the cranium as no. 2 clefts, are presented. In all patients, clinical expressions of the anomaly were different. Thus, diverse surgical procedures were used in all cases. These cases and review of the(More)
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